Victim. A noun defined as one who is subjected to oppression or mistreatment. However, it can also mean one that is tricked or duped. Yes, that pretty much sums up how USC’s student body feels in the wake of a devastating blow, that even months of waiting couldn’t have prepared us for. The numbers resulting […]
Don Martins, class of 1995, and Kelli Mays, class of 2008, lead the USC Lambda LGBT Alumni Association down Santa Monica Boulevard in Sunday’s “LA Pride Parade,” part of a three-day festival.
Grant will provide more pharmacists for the school’s safety net clinic on Skid Row.
Last Wednesday found many Trojans hoping that, as in the previous weeks, media outlets ominously reporting the impending NCAA sanctions were misinformed. This time, however, the NCAA didn’t see its shadow and retreat for another six weeks. USC was steamrolled by sanctions that include a two-year bowl ban, loss of 30 scholarships and forfeiture of […]
It’s probably not too much of a stretch to say that Drake has had a pretty hectic year. It does indeed seem like an eternity since a fairly successful Canadian rapper released a mixtape that featured a little song called “Best I Ever Had,” rocketing the aforementioned rapper into the upper echelons of the hip-hop […]
Rise Records’ In Fear and Faith capitalized on the opportunities presented by the Internet early on and has been touring since.
DPS has made strides to create a stronger presence west of campus; but there is more to be done to improve safety in the neglected area.
The NCAA upheld the basketball program's self-imposed sanctions. The women's tennis team was also cited.
Three non-USC males were shot Monday evening west of Vermont Avenue near the university, resulting in two deaths.
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